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Subject: Pointer to Mail Archive Servers FAQ

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Archive-name: mail/archive-servers/pointer Last-modified: 1994/09/12 Version: $Id: Pointer,v 1.6 1995/09/13 16:07:38 piero Exp $
This is a Pointer to the "Mail Archive Server Software List" FAQ. It describes how to get the latest version of it. Mail Archive Server Software List A Summary of Available Mail Archive Server Software --------------------------------------------------- by: Piero Serini - piero@free.it (C) Jonathan I. Kamens 1991,1992,1993 - All Rights Reserved (C) Piero Serini 1994,1995 - All Rights Reserved 0.0 Organization and availability This FAQ is posted monthly, around the 15th, on comp.mail.misc, comp.sources.wanted, comp.answers and news.answers. It is available: - from the above USENET groups - from all the USENET archives - ftp://strider.free.it/pub/FAQs/archive_servers.gz - ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/wu/wuapub/archive_servers/FAQ A context diff file containing the differences between this FAQ and the previous release is posted on comp.mail.misc, comp.sources.wanted and is available from: - ftp://strider.free.it/pub/FAQs/archive_servers.diff.gz - ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/wu/wuapub/archive_servers/diffs.Z Many thanks to Larry Alexander and the maintainers of the other ftp sites for their cooperation. This FAQ is NOT reposted if modified, until the next issue date. I will modify the ftp file only. I suggest using ftp to get the latest version of this document. This FAQ consists of four parts: 0.* Organization. (0.1 Copyright) 1.* Software List. 2.* Archivers, what they archive, how to download. 3.* History and Contributors' list. At the end of this file you can also find: - Copyright Notice - Warranty Disclaimer - Publishing Notes 0.1 Copyright This FAQ is Copyright (C) 1991,1992,1993 by Jonathan I. Kamens This FAQ is Copyright (C) 1994,1995 by Piero Serini. All Rights are reserved. Please check the full Copyright notice, Warranty disclaimer and Publishing notes at the end of this document.